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IQ Driving QI: Systematically improving the quality of care we provide to people who sustain fragility fractures

Facilitate the implementation of coordinated, multi-disciplinary models of care for secondary fracture prevention.

In this symposium Paul Mitchell (FFN Communications Director) provides an overview of the FFN Clinical Toolkit and the FFN Policy Toolkit. This is followed by a panel discussion with Prof. David Marsh (FFN Regionalisation Chair), Dr Kassim Javaid (Rheumatologist, UK) and Dr Andrew Gray (Orthopaedic Surgeon, UK) on the practical elements of implementing a fracture liaison service.

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Co-author, Professor Takeshi Sawaguchi, Toyama Municipal Hospital, Japan

Hip fracture multi-modal care breaking new ground in Japan

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Snapshot of the global landscape of PFC programs

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Looking down the 10-year pipeline for bone fractures

APFFA- Rehabilitation

New review of the global approach to rehabilitation following an osteoporotic fragility fracture

APFFA Jan 2022

Anti-osteoporotic treatments and mortality after hip fractures: A spotlight on Taiwan

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